WASHINGTON — Despite a steep drop in tax-related identity theft in recent years, the Internal Revenue Service on March 6 warned taxpayers that the scam remains serious enough to earn a spot on the agency’s 2019 “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams. “Taxpayers should continue to protect their sensitive tax and financial data to help […]
We’re joined by Brad Muniz of SobelCo to talk about tax returns, office etiquette and all-you-can-eat buffets as we struggle to name successful movies about accounting.
We talk with forensic accountant Rebecca Fitzhugh of SobelCo about the salami scam from Office Space and Superman III… and other ways that people defraud their employer.
An analysis by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association finds, in the event of economic downturn, New Jersey would have the second largest decline in state revenues of any state in the nation except Alaska, dropping tax collections by as much as $7.5 billion in a single year. NJBIA’s analysis of recent national reports on […]
On Sunday evening, lawmakers approved a series of tax increases, many of which will impact businesses, to fund the FY 2019 NJ budget ($37.4 billion) that was signed into law. Most notably, the budget deal comes with an increase in the corporate business tax, the inclusion of combined reporting and an increase in the income […]